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VOLUME XXXV Wischow Reclecte Soil Dist. Head Donald F. Wischow was re- eicted as district supervisor for: the Golden Valley Soil Conserva- tion District at the March 15 election, for a 3~year term. ‘Wisdlrow has served as super- visor for the past six years. At' d Civil Service Announces Exam Automotive mechanics are needed by the XIV U. S. Army Corps. A competitive cmamirna~ tion for these positions has been announced by the Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners, Eligible lists resulting from this examination will be used to fill vacancies, as they occur, in the states of Minn, Wise, Iowa, ,, North and South Dakota. ,_ Rates of pay, based on Army- Air Force wage scale established for each location, range from ,$2.30 to $2.78 per hour. The rates. [of pay ‘for these positions will vary, depending upon the loca- tion of the position to be filled.r Persons interested in obtain- ing eligibility on these .l'ists,2 jshould contact the Civil Service iRepresenta‘tive at the local post goff'ice for additional i'nlfiormation and/ or application blanks. lArea Full Of Signs lOf Budding Spring , It isn‘t just that the trees are‘ , ibudding out, and the grass is.l supervisory re'Org‘a‘n-‘lmt‘l’n turning green here, there are meeting 0‘“ March 25: he was many other unmistakeable signs named "mailman 0f the board. that our long—awaited spring 15‘ for the coming year. lherez The air is filled with thel l l . l l. l DONv‘AIJD F, WISCHOW L; Sidney Donnell and John Bret~ tin were appointed assisitant su pervi‘sors. Other carry—over su- pervisors include Reinhardt Fischer and Andy Tibor. This board has the responsi— bility 0d? directing soil and water conservation activities in the Golden Valley Soil Conservation District. G. Roen Elected School President Eectiom of .omficers at the Mack!) 25 anmual meeting of the Golden volley county School of— tfii-oezs restated in Glen Roan reelected pres, Herman Dietz, v. pres, and Mrs. Esther Kindl- so‘n. see-teas. M. F. Pom State Supt. at Education, was guest Speaker and pointed out some problems pertaining to the teething prodmim, such as hir- i , allowance of sick leave, what to Mode in a set of sdhodl poli- cies, and mooning of the school year with reterenoe to the 175 or 180 actual teaching days. Stanley Deck pd KDIX address- ed the group in, the afitemoon, stressing benefits of visual edu- cation and its possibilities in our communfity. The question of re- organizatim was also taken up. Martin Sdhilllo was appointed to till a vacancy on the County Reorganization Board. Need for an instructor in special educa- tion in this county was brought up, and Mrs. Adam'son was asked to investigate chances of secur~ ing a person suitable for this. The president and the vice pres. are automatically delegates to the state convention to be held Nov, and Martin Subtitle in and Mrs. Florence Fixmemam are 81" lemmas. Several other import- ant matters were taken up be- m the meeting ended. Games smvxns nmnns sum-25m: ' son‘s! upon cgnvpletxonof par- Dunedin, N. z.,- rob. 22, childlike states. , Apia, station ship for, Deep the Peterson Was Air Fume and Navy planes on fire 2,400 mile flight: between Christchurch, N. Z., and McMurdo Sound in the Antarctica. MAGNUS amtst AUCTION APRIL 5 Magnus Bruski will be offering a nmxiber of fiat-m machinery items and wall buildings at an auction sale scheduled to be held Tuesday, April 5, at 1' pm. at his term located 4 miles west MWandlmilenorthorll miles south of States. For details, see his odvoria’semeut “elsewhere in this issue. 1m soon To Have some“ $111.. Arm. ,2 listed 0! the fllu. ‘vvhlirring of just-returned wild fowl of all kinds, and crows, bluebirds, robins, etc. are withi us again. Trucks loaded with various grain can be seen on the roads daily going or coming from local elevators, where they have it cleaned and treated, ready for planting at the earliest moment possible. Tractors in all colors, sizes and straps-s are being re- paired and made ready for field work, and local implement deals ers report a rush on pants, and that the sale of farm machinery is up considerably from sales of a month ago. Spring lambs and calves are molding their appearance here in increasing numbers, and of course balby chicks, ducks and turkeys have been arriv-ing for several Weeks, their taint peeps, sounding a little incongruous in the otherwise nearvsi‘lent post—3’ office. ‘ A—a— MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA ESoil Districts lie-elect Officers J-oe mulling, Gladstone and Nick Oe, Belfiiel‘d are tie-elected tor a 3-year term as supervisors of Central Stark County and Western Soil Conservation Dis- tridts respectively at the March 15 meeting. Both Boards of Supervisors met Thursday, March 24 as canvas-l sing Boards and total votes cast indicated no opposition. The Western Soil Conservationi District re—elected all present of— ficers for another year, they are: Chairman, Joe V. Rlidl; V. chin, Roger Newton; 3rd member, Nick 0a.; Asst. Supervisors: George Ka'drmas and Gilman Peterson; Sec, Maurice A. Ellingson and Trees, Fern Kisser. In Central ‘Stark County SC’D, Albert Terms,I He‘bron will be the new chair“ Offers Bargain A bargain in family ententain— ment is being oflfere-d this sea- !son by sponsors of the Old Four- ‘Eyes drama, staged in the Burn- ing Hills Amphitheatre of the Modern Badlands. , Each $5 iamin membership in, wine Theodore Roosevelt National, lMemomi'all Hawk and Badlands As? floatation sold between now and1 June 15. will be honored at the Old Four-Eyes box office for any performance during the 1960 season and will provide compli- mentary admission for a family unit. "Ilhe 1960 season starts June 29 and runs to Sept. 4, including '50 perfiormances. Thru the sea-. son'the show will run each Wed. thru Sunday night, with 10 con—g secutive nights between July 1i , and 10. man; Kenneth Koh-rmann, Tay— lor. v. chr.; 3rd member. Joe Rolling; Appointed Supervisor, Arthur Schwartzman', Sec, Mau- rice A. Ellingson and Treasurer, Fern Kisser. The regular meeting of the Boards had routine business mat- ters to take up. In the joint ses- sion, Joe V. Ridl was named to act as chairman of the group when they meet in joint sessions. Other items of business in the joint meeting were Tree Storage, Soil Stewardship Sunday, Tree Planter Problems and miscellan- us. Start Taking Census Friday Betty Streibel '01‘ Amidon has been meeting with census takers for this area past week and the taking of the cemus will be; gin this Friday. April 1. All residents are reminded to. have the advance report foo-ms filled out, which they received in the mail a few days ago, so the census taker can pick them up without delay. lSC Announces It is reported that there are several seisnwgrapti crews in; this county searching for oil, and: material is being stochpided for several new towers to be erected in the Sentinel Butte area. in? the near future. ' Amateur Show Declared Success 'Ilhe amateur show in Golva, sponsored by the VFW was a big success. Winners in the old- er age group were: Eugene Finneman, slide trom- bone solo; Gloria Knapp, song; Beverly and Joyce Clarin, piano duet In the younger division, win- ners were: Arlene and Darrell Finnemam, song; Martinsom girl of Sentinel Butte, son' ; slain: by Karen Ekre, Joan .Flahlstrom, Craig Eahlstrom, Debbie Raisler and Judy Raisler. The show was held Sunday. Mar. 27. Stevens, engineman MERCY CAMPAIGN OVER 850M IN PLEDGES fins 9* MW; Mom 1mm $50,000 in pledges to.Key,We§'c,' Film, were announced at the first fi- the cum vessel USS «varietal repomt meeting of the campaign for a new House a! mmgd to end SaturfiaiyryAp- pod a piece of wire Mercy ‘ in ‘Eamgo. "some 250 women mm 3’“ 0V‘ the Beach store, Joe and Clara, fhstwaidymd‘ April 1 Deadline The Golden Valley ASC Coun- ty Committee wishes to remind those producers who were unable to signup for practices to be car— ried in 1960 at the courthouse may do so by calling at the ASC County Office Monday thru Fri day on or before April 1, 1960 Car Crash Victims In ,‘Beach Hospital Jim Kramer and Bill Testers of Wihaux are both patients at the Jollmlstone Memorial Hospi- tal in Beach, aflter their headdon crash last Saturday evening on a country road north at Wlbaux. Kramer is the more seriously injured but both arebelieved to be out of danger, barring com- plications. ‘ .d cons-r 'ro cons-r sweat, 551.: IN PROGRESS The big annual Coast to Coast store's summed spring sale is still in mm swing, with m 0! items usedevery day by'the tacitly otter-ed at lower than- usual prices. 'lbe sale is rl19,aocordingtotheowm0f or N. D. attended the meeting swimmier. held at the Lutheran _ Church in W- Homo from Arizona - and made a 4-day recreatimial Among those present was Mrs. Sill-T107933 MEETING AT .3356}! film 8 . "Arne Skedsvold. mowe- Senttamlve of , Culbertson, Moat... Will be at the County Agent’s office in Beach, Friday, April 8, .firom2 to 5 p.m. at whiohrtime WWW ‘0 . . 703‘ E‘tlreirfim here Just {MIW’ Wit)”, own where they new; wast at. the Win . having leflt mum-y 11. All retumed Mt. Nudist“: car. in i. he will sign contracts and dis. 1‘0le From Hospital - cuss saflflower production. Out of Hospital -— Bill Kurkioski, custodian of the fly from St. Joseph’s hospital in and Mrs, pawl Raduns and ram- Beach Legion Halli, was released Dickinson, where she had been meg Sunday atternoon from the John- stone Memorial hospital where ing treatment for after-effects Visa 11‘ $81118er -- he had been a patient for several days receiving treatment for complications of a recent case Murphys‘Movo :—- Mr. and Ted ,~Murphy and homily moved thth port of the Mrs. R. Ridenhower is recuper- ating at her home in Sentinel Butte after being released recent- hospi‘ta‘lize-d- several days, receiy. of a case of pneumonia. Return From Trip .— ‘Mr. and 'llhcodaore Kmick Saturday evening aflter spendhxg the past four months vacation- ing in points in Ariz. and Texas. An extensive line of quality week dram the old debsen laureate home, they visited Mrs. farm machinery, household goods house now owned by and Kmnck’s sister and husband, Mr. including a ‘TV set, refrigerator Mrs. Chas. Hayden located and Mrs. Eateries“ and girls . and many other items will beecroosthe streettmm the Val- 2: at 2‘13 , mm 27 miles tobacco}: . and n: a ,. Mr. ‘S'cott's'! adv of- Cmtyfie,‘ “ My owned by rum 'Wl, "guwage or this paper door tome . alt Dallas. may am _. sold at auction on Sat. Apriltley {WW-to the house“! Mallow-y ' ' 'I‘F? . ‘2 f‘ ‘ The $5 membership with com-5 :‘plimentary tarmin ticket privi~‘ ,leges are'offered to stimulate in—, itcrest in the show’s third season‘ land to help promote the Asso-i gcla'tion’s long-range plans for de- lved-oping the entire Badlands an, ea as a tourist attraction. i In a numlber of N. D. area's Ilocal Scout troops. FFA, FHAJ, '4‘}! and other youth groups Willi iassist in the selling the $5 mem- l‘berships. Hardy Returns From Wheat Meet Howard Hardy, Oommisdiomer‘ of the North Dakota Wlhealt Com- mission. returned to his home in Beach last Saturday morning, March 26, utter attending a mar— keting seminar there firom Wed. to Friday. It was sponsored by the National Assn. of Wheat Growers, and covered wheat marketing opportunities for the nexit ten years, the potentials in food distribution, new product development, outlook for wheat, wheat flour floods, and develop- ment of related programs to meet demands of the next ten years. Top specialists attended the conference, seeking ways to boost w‘heart marketth throughout the U. S. There were represents 'atives of the U. S. Dept. of Agri- Assn, Natl. Livestock and Meat Board, Wheat Flour Inst, Great Plains Wheat Market Devell - ment Assn, and other related groups. Mr. Hardy stated thm he came away from the meetings. with a better understanding of' the total wheat marketing pro- gram. u ADVENTIST DELEGATES RETURN FROM CONFERENCE' err. and Mrs: W. E. hogan,- Rodney Cheadlle, Marie manneri- lberg and Art Underwood dele- gates at the Beach Seventh-day Adventist church have just re- turned firom attending the 41st Biennial Session of the N. D. Conference of Seventh-day Ad—‘ ventists which was held in, hometown. .sflr‘é INIURES EYE IFive-year old' Bobby Gilman, 'lowed by pot-luck lunch. '1ch ‘ e'ties, culture, Millers, American momentum” "did’v‘a, inordoguc 0n Jim .Scotts Feted At Farewell Party All. the invitation of Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Sperry a group ol‘i Trotters residents attended at fiamewell'l party for Mr. and Mrs} J'i-m Scott at their home on Sat.‘ evening, March 26. , The couple was presented a, gift of luggage from their, friends, and they also received; an appropriate and usedull gift; from Mr. and Mrs. Stevens. Cards and informal visiting were enjoyed by the guests, fol- y Sootts will be leaving soon to make their home in the south- west, perhaps Califomia. Those living in this community extend their best wishes for success and happiness in their new location, wherever it is. Capacity Crowd For “Varieties” I Rites Accordcd l .5 The First Annual Valley Vari— sponsorod by the Golva; PTA was presented on March 65 at the Golva Town Hall. A ca-,1 paclty crowd was on hand to} see and enjoy this program. t The show consisted of ma‘nyl diiferentt acts with Robert WagJ ner acting as Master of Cere-' monies. To start the show Mr. Wagner and a chorus group as- sisted by Mrs. Margaret Dundin at the piano did the number “In the Boo ”. This was followed by the “Passing of Bruno" presented ‘by three high school boys, Gary Samuels, Bob Weinreis and Jer- ry Fisher. A pantomime ‘IMellerdrama‘. narrated by Mrs. 10. Schmitz was acted out by Bernliece and Frank Kreitinger, Jerry Curl, Ant Clar- lin, Reinhardt Fischer, Dorothy Hess and Ed ‘Flaltlstrom. A . ,lnovelity ; . muniber, “Baby Face”, entertained the audience Kenneth Wooeploa and Margaret in this. the co I j ,, Homemakers, billed isefitufil 'K‘u'ties » MW? yawning with their band. Mr. and Mrs. Rienai then acted out a skit “Robert Burns". Mrs. Mullen and Miss Hawk, both teachers at: the Golva school sang two ducts and Billy Hess read an essay,,"'m;1e Birds and Beats”. A combined chorus sang "several numbers and Mrs. Ed Inmductm' . ’Ilhe high light of the prong was a one act play “Comin' Round the Mountain” with Elda Eisner and Kenneth Wosepkia playing the mountain sweet; hearts; Margaret Nlistler and E1- mo Fisher were Ma and Pa; Amelia Kreitinger, Rudy Susa and Judy Curl played the City Folk. This project was considered a, tremendous success, and the‘ money tram this will [be used in further PTA work. Urbanec Reopening To Be April 2nd. Laudie Urbanec, owner of Ur-l banec's Glade in Beach, announces that he will held open house this« coming Saturdey, April 2, when he will serve free codfee and do- son of Mr. and Min. Monk Gil man, is wearing a patch over left eye as [the result of an ac- cident last Week, when he step— pemtmalted; his eye. Dr. hlim «gory tole the wound. Doctors said that his vision ‘would not the; am, 4', Bobby .now has a a member of the Than-odomwhen her W brouait' the 22-month old tot home from Far Visit Sisters Mrs. Carl Nelson left via train Monday night to return to her home in Tacoma, Wu, alter spmddnng several days here vis- iting her sisters, Mrs. Bob Jones Mrs. Sidney Connell and daugh- ‘ter Sydney left last Friday to spend the weekend with Mr. Comtell’s sister, Mrs. Walt Neu- retmuried to their ranch home in the Medora area on Sunday nuts 1 until 5 pm. The public is cordially invited to step in and see the very attractive interior, which has been; completely loom-gram cum , ME , _. soup“. man. a me Coin and Stamp stamp mobbing this coining Sunday unmet 2 o’clock, A door, purine will be All are welcovne to attend the meet; I, log. Bring your penny, collection carcass own MEETS m- xc HALL arm. 1 Members of the local checker club will meet next in their new location in file KC hall,~ which is downstairs under the Beach postoflibg’in the Bijou} Theatre Building, on Eri. ‘ log, April 1. me event is to get underway at 7 p.m., and if you like this game, you are invited to bring your board and join at rmvafl Beach, retumed borne on m Md Wily m BWR' “my them at that time. ammmm' up. 51‘ smog span. o State Rep. will be in Beautflwtad, April 6, at the court house from 9 am. to 2 pm. pm. even- , unity Pioneer THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1960 [Old F our-Eyes NUMBER 44 Mrs. Gloyd Bury One of this community's nat- ive—born residents. Mrs. Glloyd Bury, succun'lbed of a cerebral hemmhange, on March 22, 1960, at 9:15 ant, alter a five-week illness. Last rites were solem- nized ‘for her on Friday, March MlR‘S. GLOYD BURY 2?, at the Methodist church, at Beach at 2 p.m., with Rev. Mar- vin Buck ofificiating. included Karoes Johnson, John Irons, Ed Kouba, George Wosepkda, Raymond Clouse, sr., and Nick Martian. Interment was in the Beach Cem- etery. Survivors include her husband, Gtoyd Bury of the Sent. Butte rural area, one daughter, Mrs. Roland (Beverly) Remillong, and one son, Mo.de D. Bury, all of the neanby rural area, four grandsons, her paumts, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sohouboe of Baker, Mont, 1 sister, Mrs. ErnioStark, Ollie, Mont, and one brother, Ronald Sdhouboe, Baker. Mont. One son succumbed in instmoy. Irene Harriet Sonouboe was born in Golden volley County, N. D., on Feb. 7, 1914, the dung:- ter, of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sdhou'boo. She. receiwd her ed. notation ‘ in Boa-ch schools, and was mended to Gloyd Bury on Oct. 29, 1934, at Ollzlie, Mont She and her homily resided on their term here since that time. les. Bury was active in com. munity attains for many years, being a meniber oi the EUB church, the Alpha Homemakers, and theAlpha Birthday Club as woll..espservhig as the Golden Valley “News correspondent for the Alma area tor several years. Mrs. Bury’s most outstanding characteristic was probably her warm friendliness, and enviable ability to make her friends feel at home. Rev. Adkins To Head New School Rev. Joseph Adkins, a former priest at St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Sentinel Butte, has been named as the principal of the new Trinity Catholic High School to be built in Dickinson. lRev. Admins is at present pastor of St. Thomas parish at 'I‘loga, N. 'Dak. ’He had served as an assistant to Rev. Blaine Cook, when the latterwps principal of St. Mary's High Sdthdl at Bismarck. Bids will be acoepted on the new bdlwoilin August, and classes are empcotod'mo start in the fall at 1961. ~ auras nonhuman: AT um, um. am: The Cousins will be placing tor the Easter Monday dance. AM ' 18. at the Sentinel Butte mummy hall. roam coon: comma. Old at Duncan Cooper wmbegmd to mom he will ‘bcin mom Sunday, April 3 mtil'l‘ueeday, April 5, and will stay. at the Golden Valley Hotel. He is the of the first band in- Beadh. . ~- MINO’I‘ FIRE SCHOOL BEST EVER HELD Those attending the recent Fire Oflfiicers Training School at Mi- not agreed that it was the best one ever held. TwO oi the na— tion’s, top tire instituotors were [present Monk Gitmam, I-lank Wo— ahn and Harry Hebert attended the Bday event, packed with practical experience and demon striations. , One of «the was the flilm in color showing the Chicago parochial school fire. There were courses nuclear weapons as peoial‘ly as it might concern the Moors. 352 firemen attmded the meetings from N. D., Mont, and Wi'voalfe wiil have a got to the Pallbearch -'